Guest Blogs

Why Rest is Important for Muscle Gain

By |2021-01-26T22:52:35-06:00January 26th, 2021|Guest Blogs, Health, Recovery|

How much sleep did you get last night? If it was less than eight hours (I know everyone requires a different amount), you are not help your body produce the muscle gains you want. Now, I am 100% guilty of sometimes stealing time away from my sleep to get all my ‘to do’s’ [...]

Bodybuilding.com 3 Lower Body Workouts for Women

By |2021-01-16T01:14:23-06:00January 16th, 2021|Fitness, Guest Blogs, Weight Training|

  Whether your goal is to build beautiful curves or develop dynamic athletic power, a well-organized lower-body workout customized to your fitness level will help you get there. Training legs takes a lot of effort, recruiting some of the largest muscles in your body, which is why you often work your core at the same [...]

10 SIMPLE, SMART AND REALISTIC NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS TO POSITIVELY IMPACT YOUR HEALTH IN 2021

By |2021-01-26T23:02:35-06:00January 11th, 2021|Guest Blogs, Motivation, Success Tips, Supplements|

      Welcome, sweet, sweet 2021! We have all been eager to put this crazy year behind us and hit January running. Have you set your New Year’s Resolutions yet? Yes, of course, eating well and exercising is on the list – but are you remembering to be kind to your body and make room in your life [...]

Ask The Body Sculptor – How Can I Get Lean Enough To Have a Six Pack

By |2021-01-05T14:13:43-06:00January 5th, 2021|Core, Diet Advice, Fitness, Guest Blogs, Julie's Personal Journey, Success Tips, Weightloss|

My first column, Ask the Body Sculptor, is LIVE on Bodybuilding.com ----> it's pretty amazing to have TWO articles featured from the homepage! CHECK OUT THE ARTICLE NOW   Go check it out and comment your thoughts! I welcome your questions for my next one - info@juliegermaine.com

10 Practical Tips to Stay Hydrated During Exercise and Recovery

By |2021-01-12T19:11:21-06:00January 3rd, 2021|Guest Blogs, Health, Nutrition, Recovery, Success Tips|

  Want More Energy Today? Drink The Right Amount of Water. Note that I didn’t say, ‘Drink MORE water.” Proper hydration is important for everyone. Did you know that your body is 60% water? Maintaining normal water levels is key when it comes to regulating body temperature, treating or preventing infections, transporting nutrients to the cells, easing [...]

Must-Have Workout Gear for the Active Woman

By |2021-01-12T19:11:50-06:00December 29th, 2020|Fitness, Guest Blogs, Resources, Success Tips|

You are feeling motivated and excited to crush your fitness goals. Maybe you’ve decided to lose weight, or you have physique goals that are competition-worthy! In addition to organizing your workout program and nutrition plan, there are a few other important steps to take before you starting running, lifting, or crunching away. Having the [...]

Bodybuilding.com Contributor Debut for Julie Germaine!

By |2021-01-12T19:12:24-06:00December 3rd, 2020|Back, Biceps, Chest, Fitness, Guest Blogs, Julie's Personal Journey, Shoulders, Triceps, Weight Training|

Well, what an exciting day!!! Today my very 1st Bodybuilding.com article is LIVE... and I am proud to announce that I will be a regular monthly contributor to the largest fitness website in the world! When I began my fitness journey, before I ever stepped on stage as a competitor, I was a [...]

Style Manitoba Article: Fab Mind & Body

By |2021-01-12T19:12:46-06:00November 30th, 2020|Fitness, Guest Blogs, Health, Motivation|

I am excited to announce that you can read my article, "Fab Mind and Body", in this month's issue of Style Manitoba! Look for me and come let me know what you think of the advice and workout! I am so proud to be a contributor to this fantastic magazine and look forward [...]

Inside Fitness Magazine Article

By |2021-01-12T19:13:21-06:00October 18th, 2020|Fitness, Guest Blogs, Motivation, Personal Development, Success Tips|

Hey, you okay? Because… 2020. This year, more than any other, it has become important to take care of each other, and find ways to do that from a distance. Caring for yourself and helping friends and family to get through these tough times has a lot to do with physical activity. Spending [...]